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    RPI telecast has the best camera work and most camera angles I have seen in women’s hockey, including overhead and inside the net shots. Plus they show player’s stats when they go to the penalty box. Very high quality production befitting a great engineering school.
    I agree 100 percent and the announcer(s) are some of the best. Last year I thought announcing wise it was between BU And RPI. Union just down the road was either the worst in both categories or near the bottom. Go figure. The Star Trek creator Gene R is or was a hero at RPI to give you the mindset of former RPI students.

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    Re: RPI 2019-2020: Life after Lovisa

    0-22-1
    0.61 goals per game
    3.30 goals against per game
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    And yet I can guarantee you that McElroy is going to find a way to keep Vines around. When he does so, he will be receiving an email from me requesting an explanation, and I encourage the same from all of you.

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    There is a chance that this is Ellie Kaiser, but I don't think that we have ever had a math major.

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    FWIW, wCHODR has us as fairly likely to not lose to Brown. Not necessarily win, but not lose.
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    Re: RPI 2019-2020: Life after Lovisa

    With an 0-22-1 record does anyone know if Vines is setting a new record for RPI, he should be nominated coach of the year

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    Quote Originally Posted by hockfan View Post
    With an 0-22-1 record does anyone know if Vines is setting a new record for RPI, he should be nominated coach of the year
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    It's a real bummer that we don't even get a real home game against Union, though there's likely to be more fans at the Mayor's Cup "home" game than there would be at HFH. Being in an event game is great, but it'd be nice if it could be a third game against Union like the men do instead of having one of the team's cede a home date every other year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hockfan View Post
    With an 0-22-1 record does anyone know if Vines is setting a new record for RPI, he should be nominated coach of the year
    This will not be a popular opinion here, but here goes anyway. This is a TERRIBLE year for RPI women's hockey. But I still watch every home game and live and die with every shift. But, I am really quite skeptical of the opinions on this thread that suggest that the problem is entirely with coaching. A lot of things have fed in to this most dismal of seasons, but I would give Vines another chance. There...I have said it...dump on me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hab View Post
    This will not be a popular opinion here, but here goes anyway. This is a TERRIBLE year for RPI women's hockey. But I still watch every home game and live and die with every shift. But, I am really quite skeptical of the opinions on this thread that suggest that the problem is entirely with coaching. A lot of things have fed in to this most dismal of seasons, but I would give Vines another chance. There...I have said it...dump on me.
    I disagree with you, but I would love to hear your reasons why. I have not really heard any real arguments to keep him, and I would like to be able to see the other side too

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    Quote Originally Posted by sezenack View Post
    I disagree with you, but I would love to hear your reasons why. I have not really heard any real arguments to keep him, and I would like to be able to see the other side too
    RPI is not firing Vines. If his contract is up, he may not be extended. Whomever would take over would be stuck with next year's recruits who signed in Nov. Women's hockey loses money, RPI is not going to double pay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sezenack View Post
    I disagree with you, but I would love to hear your reasons why. I have not really heard any real arguments to keep him, and I would like to be able to see the other side too
    I am certainly not familiar with the machinations of RPI athletics and RPI in general, but it wouldn't surprise me if his hiring and whether he will be kept has something to do with Sachi Vines being his wife. I also don't know how long his contract is, but I agree with Reddington that RPI is not going to pay for two coaches.

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    Just Nyah Philip and Asiah Taylor-Walters remain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reddington View Post
    RPI is not firing Vines. If his contract is up, he may not be extended. Whomever would take over would be stuck with next year's recruits who signed in Nov. Women's hockey loses money, RPI is not going to double pay.
    What a dumb double standard if that's the case. They had no problems eating 5 years of Appert's contract but can't be bothered for only 1-2 years of Vines? I have pretty much accepted the fact Vines won't be fired, but it would be the right move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sezenack View Post
    What a dumb double standard if that's the case. They had no problems eating 5 years of Appert's contract but can't be bothered for only 1-2 years of Vines?
    Breaking news: Athletics departments more willing to spend money on men's sports than women's. More at 11.
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    Collegehockeystats showed RPI beating Union 4-2, which seemed like a good story until I noticed that all of the RPI scorers play for Yale. I wish that whatever cut-and-paste method is used to launch livestats for new games didn't start out by showing a final score for a game that has yet to start. It is now showing the correct 6 o'clock start.

    Good luck in the actual game!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ARM View Post
    Collegehockeystats showed RPI beating Union 4-2
    "if only, if only," the woodpecker sighs...
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    Re: RPI 2019-2020: Life after Lovisa

    Does anyone know if Orosz will be back this season?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ECAC Fan View Post
    Does anyone know if Orosz will be back this season?
    She’s done, physically & mentally.
    Torn hip labrum

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    Quote Originally Posted by lugnut92 View Post
    "if only, if only," the woodpecker sighs...
    5-1 & 2-0
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    Unreal. Time for BV to update his resume, maybe HS hockey is a better level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sezenack View Post
    What a dumb double standard if that's the case. They had no problems eating 5 years of Appert's contract but can't be bothered for only 1-2 years of Vines? I have pretty much accepted the fact Vines won't be fired, but it would be the right move.
    Then, 0-70 it will be!!! Or 100 loses if he stays for 2

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